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See Ya Later Foundation helps Auburn family

Volunteers helped repair fencing for the Byorick family. The work was orchestrated by the See Ya Later Foundation. - Courtesy photo
Volunteers helped repair fencing for the Byorick family. The work was orchestrated by the See Ya Later Foundation.
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The See Ya Later Foundation – a nonprofit, faith-based and nondenominational organization designed to help families fraught by medical crises – aided the Byorick family of Auburn last weekend.

Steve Byorick, 42, has prostate cancer and is undergoing experimental treatments not covered by insurance. Through friends of the family, the foundation learned that Byoricks had some needs that were mostly yard related. Volunteers went to work and repaired nearly 100 feet of fence, cleaned up the yard and debris. KC Landscaping and Art of Trees also were part of the effort.

To learn more about the foundation and how you can help, visit www.seeyalater.org. The foundation also can be found on Facebook. For those interested in the local effort, call Brian Williams, the foundation's regional events coordinator, at 253-332-5144 or (e-mail) brian.williams@seeyalater.org.

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